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MHA To Begin 24-Hour Social Recovery Support Pilot Program

April 23, 2015 Reforming the education and treatment sectors of Chautauqua County in the midst of a debilitating heroin epidemic may seem Herculean in scope. more »»

County Authorizes $25,000 In Funding For Key Robert H. Jackson Events

April 23, 2015 MAYVILLE — The Robert H. Jackson Center in Jamestown is set to receive key funding from the county’s 3 percent occupancy tax fund. more »»

Tanker Rolls Over In Clymer

April 22, 2015 CLYMER — Emergency responders were busy in Clymer on Wednesday morning as they assisted with an overturned tanker truck. more »»

Cuomo In Cuba

April 22, 2015 Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s visit to Cuba marked the beginning of a relationship, but more work has yet to be seen on the civil liberties front, according to Assemblyman Andy Goodell. more »»

Stress Test

April 22, 2015 FREWSBURG — Frewsburg parents who chose to opt their children out of state testing received a letter last week from the district superintendent, sparking concern from a NYSUT representativ. more »»

JPS District Approves Budget Revisions

April 22, 2015 After weeks of debate and uncertainty, the Jamestown Public Schools Board of Education approved a budget for 2015-16 at Tuesday night’s meeting. With no program cuts, no layoffs and a 1. more »»

Teachers Assaulted At Jamestown Tech Academy

April 22, 2015 Two teachers were attacked and injured by two students Monday afternoon at the Raymond J. Fashano Technical Academy at 200 E. Fourth S. more »»

Two Charged In Sixth Street Cocaine Bust

April 21, 2015 An ongoing investigation into the sales and trafficking of crack cocaine from Erie, Pa. more »»

Jamestown Man Nabbed With 70 Doses Of Heroin In His Vehicle

April 21, 2015 A Jamestown man was taken into custody Tuesday after he was allegedly found with more than seven bundles of heroin inside his vehicle. more »»

Teachers Assaulted At Jamestown Tech Academy

April 21, 2015 Two teachers were assaulted by two students Monday afternoon at the Raymond J. Fashano Technical Academy at 200 E. Fourth St. more »»

Degree Of Understanding

April 21, 2015 For County Executive Vince Horrigan, a college student’s perspective is of great importance for improving living and working conditions in Chautauqua County. more »»

Student Success Act

April 21, 2015 The issue in the educational arena over Common Core testing is prompting U.S. Rep. Tom Reed to take action. more »»

Sculptor Wants To ‘Make This Right,’ Replace Statue For Free

April 21, 2015 CELORON — Dave Poulin’s standing offer to replace Lucille Ball Memorial Park’s resident bronze sculpture of Lucy with a new one will seemingly remain rejected by the village of Celoron. more »»

Sow Important

April 20, 2015 Area residents were afforded the opportunity to see the faces behind Chautauqua County’s largest producers of locally-grown food products this weekend. more »»

Two Charged In Barrows Street Heroin Bust

April 20, 2015 An ongoing investigation into the sales and trafficking of heroin into the Jamestown area led investigators from the Jamestown Metro Drug Task Force, NYSP Community Narcotics Enforcement Team (CNET)... more »»

County Slow To Recover

April 20, 2015 Before the start of the Great Recession in 2007, a total of 56,000 jobs employed residents across Chautauqua County. more »»

BPU Recycling Credit Program A Success

April 20, 2015 The Jamestown Board of Public Utilities has achieved its goal of increasing customer recycling. more »»

Westfield YWCA To Collaborate With COI For Early Head Start

April 20, 2015 WESTFIELD — A plan is in the works to develop an Early Head Start program in Westfield, thanks to a partnership between Chautauqua Opportunities and the Westfield YWCA. After receiving $1. more »»

Recognition Of Rescue

April 19, 2015 MAYVILLE — Three individuals recently received recognition for their heroic efforts to save a mother and her son in Lake Erie last July in Westfiel. more »»

State Test Opt-Out Movement Strikes Chautauqua County

April 19, 2015 This year’s state test opt out rates are up in local schools, according to education officials. more »»



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